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1130 Chung 1dong, Haeundae-ku, Busan, South Korea
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Travel Tips for Busan

Hiking the old Korean Wall and Fortress

by DSwede

Climbing Geumjeongsan (some signs post it as "Kodang-bong"), a 801.5m mountain is a ~4 hour hike.

Along the ridge line and upper plateaus, is the Geumjeong Fortress. 17 kilometers of the old wall on the ridge, with four 'gates' (North, West, South and East) encompass approximately 8sq km. The wall was built to keep possible invations (mainly the Japanese) out of the lands to the north. The wall was built in 1703, and averages between 1.5 and 3m in height. Hiking boots, water and a rain jacket depending on the season.

Slow Ferries to/from Japan (Shimonoseki)

by DSwede

If you are looking to get to the main island of Honshu, or find the other ferries booked, Kampu Ferry Line and Pukwan Ferries offer ~14hour slow trips between Busan and Shimonoseki.

Busan International Ferry Terminal is 5~10 minutes walk from Jungang-Dong subway stop.

Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Depart: Shimonoseki (Japan) 18.00 ~ Arrive: Busan (Korea) 08.30

Friday
Depart: Shimonoseki (Japan) 19.00 ~ Arrive: Busan (Korea) 09.30

Daily
Depart: Busan (Korea) 19.00 ~ Arrive: Shimonoseki (Japan) 08.30

Economy fare: 8,500 Yen
Reservations:
0832 24 3000 (Shimonoseki)
051 464 2700 (Busan)

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Alternatively, Pukwan Ferries give passage on the opposite dates. Visit the website:
http://www.pukwan.co.kr/pukwan/index.html

Beach in Korea???

by Travel2write

Yes there is a great beach here in Busan! They are not stripping down to there thongs and worshiping the sun here though! But many Expats and locals seemed to be enjoying the day!
Also they seemed to have no problem with having beer while playing volleyball!

Busan

by IreneMcKay

"Visiting Busan"

Busan has several interesting sights - a colourful, bustling fish market; some interesting temples and some beautiful beaches.

It is an easy destination to get around with a very user friendly underground system and an extensive bus network.

Busan: Korea's Second City

by Intrepidduck

"Pusan - Busan"

"Where is it" you may ask, that's what the travel agent in Melbourne said when he was about to proceed with my flight booking. "Where is it" I said just a couple of weeks before when I was given the details of a job offer here. I had bought a map of Korea and all I could find was Pusan, located in the SE corner of the peninsular.

So where is it? Busan was called Pusan up until recent and had reverted to it's correct spelling like many location all across South Korea.

Busan is a sprawling city of 4 million inhabitants and the second largest city in Korea. It is also the third largest port in Asia after Osaka / Kobe and Hong Kong. Much of the industry the Busan area is shipping and fish processing - they can be found in the many multileveled fish factories. The Jagalchi fish markets in Nampo-dong is where one will find every thing fishy around here.

Inspite of it's size and fish related industries Busan offers great hiking and beaches. While they are nothing to compare with Australia's wild beaches, they are much loved and appreciated by the high rise apartment dwelling locals. Haeundae is the Bondi of Korea - concrete and crowds!

To quote Bruce Chatwin "What Am I Doing Here?" The reasons why I came here are of the following. Well like eight hundred other foreign English speakers I came to Busan to teach English working in a "hagwon", a kindergarten / elementary school. Thus Busan was my "home" away from home in 2003 / 04 and was an interesting experience working towards improving Korea's English language needs.

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